I think I'm at the point I'm regretting the Ipad Pro now. I think it's a Great Device and actually really Like it a lot, almost to the point of loving it. Love the size, the Apple Pencil, the sound with the 4 speakers, the screen on it. Now the cons, the biggest one which I didn't realize was the biggest for me until having my hands on it to know, is the inability to pull an image up when playing a game I play almost every night, Draw Something. Now this may be fixed in the future by developers, but right now wasted too much time and with help from others on the forum, trying to find a fix for this. It's just one game, but that keeps me drawing and my love of doing it. I can play the game on the IPP, but have nothing to use as a reference. Where on my Note Tablet, I can use a floating browser window over the top of the app to move around and draw from. IOS doesn't have that capability yet. Also, I really not having an easy time finding things other than Pictures I save on the darn IPP. If I save something, I can't pull it up from the Tablet itself, because I don't know where it goes or is. I know it's an Apple thing, but I like having a file explorer to use on Android or even my Mac. The point that I have to get out of my chair and go to my computer, because I have to use Itunes to file share, or get something from one to the other, instead of just pulling it up on the ipad and getting it from there, really irritates me. I know they have file explorers and I tried one, but not easy to me to figure out. I like to know where things are and pull them right up or put them where I like them. Now maybe I just don't know IOS well enough yet, but I have one more day or two to like it and I don't see it happening now. The other cons, a big one is Price. I can spend $649 right now and although it's old tech right now, get an Note Pro and it will do everything I need, plus can root and ROM to keep up to date. Especially play my draw something game with a floating browser window, and I have come to find out that's what I need more than anything. For my needs. As far as the Ipad Pro for Art itself, it's outstanding. I'm an artist by hobby and I enjoy drawing, the IPP is great for that. I love Procreate and have started a drawing on it now I will lose after a few nights work on it, but my tablet for Art on the Side is a secondary thing to playing the drawing game which I do more. I do art on the side, but takes a lot more time, so don't use as much as I'd like, but nice to have. So for Art AAAAA+ for the IPP. Another as others have mentioned not as many apps as I'd like to see to work with the Apple Pencil and IPP. That time I'm sure will fix. I may even purchase again in the future if a Second Generation comes out, but I'd have to do more research on using the IOS. I've had Ipads before, but forgot how difficult things are to do the APPLE way, which alot of times don't seem easy or logical to me. Whereas, Android is more straightforward. Just my Opinion. Glad I got it and tried it, but not for me yet, especially at $1000 for the 128gb wifi. So it's going back tomorrow sorry to say, I will probably miss it some though.